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Just hours after innocent juvenile Aftab Bahadur was hanged, Pakistan’s Supreme Court has refused to hear an appeal for Shafqat Hussain, says the legal charity Reprieve.
The Pakistan Supreme Court has admitted an appeal filed by Shafqat Hussain's legal team, scheduling a hearing for 9am tomorrow, four hours after he is due to be executed.
A landmark legal battle being brought by people with disabilities against the Bedroom Tax has been given permission to go to the Supreme Court.
The UK Supreme Court has decided that Scientology is a religion and that its churches a "place of meeting for religious worship" suitable for wedding registration.
Italy’s Supreme Court has declared an anti-Roma policy - the so-called 'Nomad emergency' - unlawful and unfounded.
Amnesty Inyernational has called upon Texas to commute the death sentence of a prisoner assessed as having a mental disability.
Liberty has warned against extending the principle of “secret justice” into ordinary civil cases against the Government.
Anti-poverty campaigners have welcomed a Supreme Court decision to reject government attempt to claim back benefits they accidentally overpaid.
Reform group Unlock Democracy has welcomed the new Supreme Court ruling that MPs are not protected by parliamentary privilege over expenses claims.
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